1995 Port City Roosters Roster

Southern League (SL) - Class: AA
Team Record: 62-80
4th in the SL's East Division
Manager: Dave Myers (62-80)
Affiliation: Seattle Mariners
Location: Wilmington, North Carolina
Ballpark: Brooks Field
Attendance: 110,173, Avg. 1,669 in 66 home dates
1995 Port City Roosters Statistics

The Port City Roosters of the Southern League ended the 1995 season with a record of 62 wins and 80 losses, fourth in the league's East Division.

The Roosters scored 604 runs and conceded 617 runs. Jim Bonnici led Port City with 20 home runs, while Roberto Ramirez and Eddy Diaz walloped 20 or more as well. Jim Bonnici drove in 91 runs and topped all regular batters by connecting at a .283 clip. Osvaldo FernŠndez paced the squad with 12 wins, and Matt Wagner recorded a 2.82 ERA, tops among regular hurlers.

Players from the 1995 Port City Roosters who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Matt Wagner, Jason Varitek, George Tsamis, Julio Peguero, Derek Lowe, Kevin King, Doug Saunders, Desi Relaford, Rafael Carmona, Scott Davison, Wilson Delgado, Ryan Franklin, Eddy Diaz, George Glinatsis and Charles Gipson.

Dave Myers served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Dave AdamRRFebruary 14, 19696'3"202Derby, CT US
Derek LoweRRJune 1, 19736'6"230Dearborn, MI US
Jackie NickellRRApril 20, 19705'10"175Stanford, CA US
Julio PegueroSRSeptember 7, 19686'0"160San Isidro, Distrito Nacional DO
Keifer RackleyLRFebruary 27, 19716'1"200
Roberto RamirezRRMarch 18, 19706'2"180Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Desi RelafordSRSeptember 16, 19735'8"155Valdosta, GA US
Oscar ResendezRRSeptember 1, 19716'1"175Alice, TX US
Lee RussellRRAugust 20, 19706'2"190Lumberton, NC US
Doug SaundersRRDecember 13, 19696'0"172Yorba Linda, CA US
Alex SutherlandRRSeptember 13, 19715'11"170Maracaibo, Zulia VE
George TsamisRLJune 14, 19676'2"190Campbell, CA US
Sal UrsoRLJanuary 19, 19725'11"195Tampa, FL US
Jason VaritekSRApril 11, 19726'2"230Rochester, MI US
Matt WagnerRRApril 4, 19726'5"215Cedar Falls, IA US
Jim KoehlerLLNovember 5, 19706'3"215Carmel, CA US
Kevin KingLLFebruary 11, 19696'4"170Atwater, CA US
Mike HickeySRJune 22, 19706'2"195Seoul, KR
Tommy AdamsRRNovember 26, 19696'1"205
Matt ApanaRRJanuary 16, 19716'1"190Newport Beach, CA US
Jim BonniciRRJanuary 21, 19726'4"230Omaha, NE US
Johnny CardenasRRJuly 23, 19706'3"210Joliet, IL US
Rafael CarmonaLROctober 2, 19716'2"185Rio Piedras, PR
Manny CoraSRDecember 20, 19736'0"183Santurce, PR
Scott DavisonRROctober 16, 19706'0"190Inglewood, CA US
Wilson DelgadoSRJuly 15, 19725'11"145San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
Eddy DiazRRSeptember 29, 19715'10"160Barquisimeto, Lara VE
Osvaldo Fern√°ndezLLApril 15, 19706'0"185La Habana, La Habana CU
Doug FitzerLLJuly 2, 19696'5"210Detroit, MI US
Ryan FranklinRRMarch 5, 19736'3"190Fort Smith, AR US
Charles GipsonRRDecember 16, 19726'2"180Orange, CA US
George GlinatsisRRJune 29, 19696'4"195Youngstown, OH US
Fabio GomezRRMay 12, 19686'0"185Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Craig GriffeyRRJune 3, 19715'11"175Donora, PA US

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.

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